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Popper family collection

Document | Accession Number: 2005.332

Consists of documents and photographs regarding the experiences of the Popper family, originally of Vienna, Austria. The family was forced to flee to the United States in 1938 in order to escape imprisonment. Includes attempts by Olga Popper to secure restitution for family members lost in the war as well as Austrian pensions after the death of her husband, Julius, in 1947. Also includes the family's pre-war and wartime papers, including passports, and photographs taken in pre-war Vienna (including photographs taken of Julius and Olga's daughter, Suse).

Date
1923-2002
Language
German
English
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Record last modified: 2017-06-01 08:46:12
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